Spend three days exploring Toronto at your leisure, soaking up the sights and sounds and perhaps flexing the credit card in the world-class shopping centres. Venture into the dynamic neighbourhoods that the city is famous for and spend some time unwinding on the incredible waterfront.
The city has an aesthetically pleasing mix of high-rise buildings (chief among them is the incredible 553-foot-tall CN Tower. The 7th tallest free-standing building in the world) and bay-and-gable houses, which are mainly found in Old Toronto. Beautiful Victorian and Edwardian houses can be found in neighborhoods like Rosedale, Cabbagetown, the Annex and Yorkville. It’s an international hub for business, finance, arts and culture. The city is home to more than fifty ballet and dance companies, as well as six opera companies. Each summer, The Canadian Stage Company presents an outdoor Shakespeare production in High Park. Toronto is ranked as the third largest production centre for film and television, after only L.A. and New York and its International Film Festival is a major draw for hot shot film producers and cultured cinema-goers alike.
Then it’s time to head to one of Canada’s top destinations Niagara Falls. Marvel at the spectacle of the famous Niagara Falls, one of Canada’s most spectacular sights. One of the seven natural wonders of the world; Niagara is actually made up of 3 separate waterfalls, the American Falls, the Horseshoe or Canadian Falls and Bridal Veil Falls. A trip to Niagara Falls from Toronto is a memorable experience.
Toronto - You can tour by boat, bus, bike, on foot or in the air when visiting Toronto. The best way to see the city is to take a hop-on, hop-off tour which is available for two days. The first day take the full tour without getting off and on the second day go back and stop at the places of interest to you.
Toronto - The new Queens Quay makes the Lake Ontario waterfront a stroller’s paradise. Here you will find a mix of parks, shopping and restaurants all connected by the Water’s Edge Promenade. Hop on a ferry over to the nearby Toronto islands where beaches, a family amusement park and paved walking trails await.